The Trefoil Guild are women and men who make new friends, travel, explore, serve their communities and help Guiding thrive in Staffordshire.
In Staffordshire there are 19 Guilds across the county who all help to support our units. Many members pass on their skills and knowledge to local units, from helping Brownies work towards a badge to preparing older girls for a camping adventure. Many members are unit leaders or helpers in units too.
We have a very active Trefoil Guild in Staffordshire and on this page you can read about just some of the latest adventures that our ladies have been having.
Don’t forget if you’re a Trefoil Guild member in Staffordshire we want to hear all about what you’re up to. Complete the ‘Submit An Article’ form that can be found at the bottom of the page. Remember to include at least one good quality photograph too.
read our latest Trefoil Guild news
Members from Whittington Trefoil Guild took part in the Hospice Solstice Walk on Saturday 22nd June. Complete with wings and wands they joined hundreds of happy ‘fairy’ walkers on a route round Lichfield to raise funds for St Giles Hospice....Read More
At the start of the Trefoil Guild's February Executive Committee meeting Pauline Cox and Chris Birch, Lichfield Guild, led a Thinking Day ceremony entitled the “Golden Link” ceremony from the Netherlands which reminded us how, as individuals, we are important in...Read More
Whittington Trefoil Guild spent their July meeting at National Forest Llama Treks. They met the llamas, groomed and fed them and then took them for a walk. Their llama was Moses and he was a creamy colour with a very aristocratic expression! The most entertaining...Read More
1st Walton Rainbows recently entertained members of Stone’s Trefoil Guild to help them celebrate the Trefoil Guild's 75th Birthday. The Trefoil ladies enjoyed taking part in a noisy, yet fun, rendition of "In and Out the Dusky Bluebells”. They shared tales with the...Read More
This month our Trefoil ladies visited Ford Green Hall, Smallthorne. The original timber–framed structure, built as a farmhouse in 1624 for Hugh Ford a wealthy yeoman farmer, has been gradually altered as each generation has adapted to changing needs and fashions....Read More
Staffordshire Trefoil Guild members certainly stepped up to the challenge of helping with the activities at Girlguiding Staffordshire’s 100th birthday celebrations at the Staffordshire County Showground. As well as helping with stalls and activities members also...Read More
Trefoil Guild Events and Training
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Stafford Town Centre, Stafford
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
|Trefoil Guild Voyage Award - Awareness Event
Stone Community Fire Station, Stone
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
|World Thinking Day Breakfast
Brook House, Burton on Trent Staffordshire
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
|Trefoil Guild 75th Anniversary Celebrations
Girlguiding Staffordshire, Hixon Staffordshire